Sunday, March 8, 2009

Wedded bliss, wedding pictures

Well, it's been about 5 weeks since we became The Andersons. Things have been settling down and once this weekend I thought, "This is us. This is what we do," which is way different than, "What the hell are we doing?"

It took a little while to get accustomed to our new life as a married couple. For a few weeks I couldn't figure out "Who is this man in my bed and why won't he go home." I have finally accepted that this is his home, and his snot rags on the floor. Ah yes, the man has had a sinus infection since we said "I do." No worries, he is getting over it and is on some major steroids and antibiotics to boot.

Which brings me to my next point. HE ATE MY BIRTHDAY PRESENT. He might kill me for putting this on here but it really is a funny story and I have, FOR REAL, forgiven him. It's just funny.
So, my birthday was last Monday, March 2nd (Happy Birthday to me!). He was so sweet with roses, a little tiny birthday cake, and some delightful chocolate-covered pineapples from Edible Arrangements. Each flower-shaped cut piece of pineapple was in it's own little paper cup in a box just waiting for me to savor each one. When I came home from work that night we ate a few together and put the box away to enjoy each one at a later time. One must not be gluttonous with one's birthday present. Plus, these aren't cheap and I'd like to enjoy them.

Fast forward to Wednesday. I'm tired and we return from church. I'm already feeling a bit vulnerable and out of control (lack of sleep and hormones I suppose) and he confesses to me that he ate the rest of the pineapple.

Now, this wouldn't seem like a big deal if all you heard was that phrase. Only, because he had taken six steroids that day he was "hungry" and shoved every last bite of those delightfully sweet, flower-cut shaped, dark chocolate dipped, birthday present pineapples.

I cried.

To see some wedding pictures, please go to: It was so much fun and we couldn't have asked for more.

Ta-ta for now!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Momentary update...

Before the parties begin!

Yup, Danny and I are getting married on Saturday...assuming we can make it out of the mess of this Ice Storm that seems to be traveling the same route we are.

All of the preparations have been made (mostly) and we're just ready to start the parties.

We have been blessed with many helpers throughout our friends and family and are so thankful for everyone's hard work.

We cannot wait to celebrate with you all!


P.S. Check back in a few weeks for photos. You can probably also check The Parsons as they will be our photogs for the weekend.

Monday, December 22, 2008

Merry Christmas from the Future Andersons!

Send your own ElfYourself eCards

A Little Photo Shoot

For our wedding, we have the MOST AMAZING photographers ever (The Parsons Photographers, They are a fantastic couple from Kansas City and his sister is in my wedding party; the Great Annie Parsons.

Well, because they're in Kansas City and we're in DFW we are not doing our official "engagement" session until the Thursday before the wedding. Because we wanted some photos of us that weren't self-taken, we had to come up with a solution.

Luckily, we have a good friend, Raissa that has "the eye" for photography and we did a little family picture exchange. She took pictures of Danny and I and I'm taking their family Christmas photo. They have a beautiful baby boy who is the cutest thing ever and I can't wait.

Here are some of the photos from the shoot:

Prom Pose!!

Sunday, December 7, 2008

High Chance of Showers

Being engaged is fun. I mean, first of all, you get to plan a wedding to a man you love and can't wait to spend your life with. Second, you get PRESENTS.

I've never been one to shy away from recieving gifts. Maybe it's my love language, I don't know. Regardless, you get LOTS of presents when you are getting married.

This weekend Danny's People in Houston gave us a shower. It was a great opportunity to meet his people, see his childhood home and least importantly (but still fun), receive gifts. They are so generous and wonderful and we had a fabulous time. Oh, and the food was fantastic as well.

Here are some photos from the day:

I am NEVER sad to receive wine.

The label is in French - must have translation.
Danny looking apprehensive after I "pretended" to stab him with our new knife.
What could it be...Crock Pot, set of dishes, That Wii we registered for?
Answer: A set of our china!!
We got the cutest Christmas tree decorated with kitchen utensils. The "skirt" was our placemats, napkins, and kitchen towels.
Danny hanging with the cutest guests of the party...
And with Mr. "Stovehand." Funny, I thought that was someone we were going to hire to cook for us.
This is us in front of a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. If you would like to believe that it's ours, that's fine with me. This picture would also look nice on a Christmas card. Since we won't be sending them out, consider this a "Merry Christmas from Sarah and Danny."

Friday, November 28, 2008

A Guns N' Roses Thanksgiving

If you want to know what a Road Trip with the Lindsey's is like, see below:

Hope you had a Rockin' Thanksgiving!

Sunday, November 23, 2008


Probably because I'm the best fiance in THE WHOLE WORLD.
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